QuizJan22_2008(1)

# QuizJan22_2008(1) - Period 3 Question 1 The magnitude of...

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Period 2 Question 1

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Consider the following controls in an automobile: gas pedal, brake, steering wheel. The controls in this list that cause an acceleration of the car are 1. all three controls 2. the gas pedal and the brake 3. only the brake 4. only the gas pedal 5. none of the above
Period 2 Question 2

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As a projectile moves in its parabolic path, the velocity and acceleration vectors are perpendicular to each other : 1. everywhere along the projectile’s path 2. at the beginning of the path 3. at the top point of the path 4. At the end of the path 5. nowhere along the path

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Unformatted text preview: Period 3 Question 1 . The magnitude of vector A is 9 units and of vector B is 5 units. What is the smallest possible value for the magnitude of the vector A+B ? 1. 14 units 2. 9 units 3. 5 units 4. 4 units 5. zero Period 3 Question 2 A basketball moves in its parabolic path towards the hoop. The velocity and acceleration vectors are parallel to each other : 1. everywhere along the projectile’s path 2. at the beginning of the path 3. at the top point of the path 4. At the end of the path 5. nowhere along the path...
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